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Four Suspects Sought For CBD Robbery

This is a composite sketch released by the NOPD This is a composite sketch released by the NOPD

New Orleans, La. - The NOPD is searching for four men who allegedly robbed a man as he walked in the 600 block of Gravier Street Wednesday.

Police say around 3:50am, the victim was approached by four unknown black males.  The victim told police that one of the suspects blocked his path and began searching his pockets. 

The victim was then pushed to the ground. The suspects took his brief case.  The four suspects then ran south towards Camp Street where they entered a red four door vehicle, possible a Chevrolet. 

One of the suspects is described as a black male, approximately 25 – 30 years of age, 5'11" – 6'00" tall with an average build, possibly 180-190lbs. 

The victim further described the perpetrator as clad in a yellow construction vest, red t-shirt and dark pants.

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